New BookCAT Internet DLL

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New BookCAT Internet DLL

Post by AlanMintaka » Fri Sep 11, 2015 6:04 pm

Hello Everyone,

A few weeks ago, Fredrik released a new version of the BookCAT internet DLL:

v245 08/21/2015
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Re: New BookCAT Internet DLL

Post by Billbo » Sat Sep 12, 2015 1:40 pm

How do I download the dll?

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Re: New BookCAT Internet DLL

Post by DougWilliams » Sat Sep 12, 2015 2:08 pm

TOOLS > CHECK FOR UPDATES
It will download and install automatically.
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Re: New BookCAT Internet DLL

Post by AlanMintaka » Sun Sep 13, 2015 10:04 pm

Billbo wrote: How do I download the dll?
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DougWilliams wrote: TOOLS > CHECK FOR UPDATES
It will download and install automatically.
You can also set the Internet options to have the program automatically check and download the updates every time you start the program for the first time in a day:

First, go to this options tab:

TOOLS > OPTIONS > INTERNET

Then, under "Automatically Check for Program Update", select "Once A Day"

Next, check the box to the left of "Automatically Download Internet DLL"

Finally, click on the "OK" button to close the OPTIONS popup.

The next time Fredrik releases an update for the DLL, you'll see a status message announcing the download when you start the program. It will appear right after the "Checking Update" popup when the program loads. It will say something like "Downloading Update" and show a status bar.

You can see the latest Internet DLL version and release date by clicking on HELP > ABOUT...
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